Red-hot keys reflective of the weather outside
Sunny tops and mounts with translucent side walls
This isn’t really news but there’s a new version of Blender out!
There are a lot of UI changes and it looks great!
I especially like all the navigation and selection guides. They make Blender feel a lot more approachable to beginners.
Awesome job to all the contributors!
There are a lot of ways to do this, but I searched for the title of this post and got few results.
One solution is to write some custom middleware.
Here’s a great guide: https://lmiller1990.github.io/electic/posts/custom_middleware_in_rails_5.html
You can specify different behavior based on status codes:
def call(env) @status, @headers, @body = @app.call(env) if @status == 400 # do something here end [@status, @headers, @body] end
And you’ll need to add your middleware to the configs:
# config/environments/development.rb config.middleware.insert_before ActionDispatch::ShowExceptions, MyMiddleware
Suppose you’re building a Rails app for Users who attend many Events, such that a User
has_many :events. Now, suppose you want to query for all the Users who have attended an Event that occurred within the last week.
One simple way would be to fetch all the Events and, through those, grab all the Users that attended them, but this wouldn’t work well if we wanted to associate more complex filtering with Users, or use more complex joins.
When you’ve got a problem like that, this article by Richard Jones is phenomenal! I’ve needed to do this at two jobs and have a hard time dredging up this article, so I’m linking it here.
The gist is to use scenic to create and manage database views:
CREATE VIEW newest_events AS SELECT DISTINCT ON (user_id) * FROM events ORDER BY user_id, created_at DESC
I’m currently into translucent keys with swirls of color
Inspired by Shadya Campbell’s art tutorials on Youtube